Flights and Bites: Palmyra Cheese
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Each month, we're bringing you flights and bites: Educational beer and food pairings at the brewery.
In May, we welcome Palmyra Farm Cheese, made from award-winning Ayrshire cows in Hagerstown, Maryland.
For just $10, you will get four beer and cheese pairings, learn how each are made, and experience why they work so well together. Plus, additional beer and cheese will be available for purchase after the event.
Only 30 tickets are available for each class, so reserve your spot now.
About Palmyra Farm:
Palmyra Farm is a local family farm owned by the Creek and Shank families since 1942. Located in scenic Washington County, Maryland, the farm is now operated by the third and fourth generations of the family who care for 300 purebred registered dairy cows. Twice each day, 150 cows are milked and fed a balanced diet made from feeds raised on the farm to optimize their health and development. Only whole milk produced by thier cows is used to make Palmyra's 100% pure pasteurized cheeses. Their cows have won many awards for the quantities and quality of milk they produce from local, state, and national organizations. They have also been recognized for the last five consecutive years as the Ayrshire Premier Breeder’s Herd at the World Dairy Expo.
Palmyra Farm Cheeses are uniquely-flavored, farmstead artisan cheeses that capture the exclusive flavors and texture of the fresh milk provided by their distinctive cows. The milk from Ayrshires has a smooth texture and light consistency with a refreshingly appetizing taste that translates directly to their line of cheeses. Palmyra offers several standard varieties and some popular flavored variations sure to please many different palates.